Date: May 05th 2018
Time: 10AM– 2PM
Location: Moline Public Library
Address: 3210 41st Street Moline, IL 61265
Admission: Free

SPRINGFIELD (April 6, 2018) – The newly-formed bipartisan bicameral Legislative Public Safety Working Group met late yesterday to begin discussions on a wide range of issues that impact the safety and security of Illinois citizens.

(DES MOINES) – Gov. Kim Reynolds signed the following eight bills into law on Wednesday, April 11th:

(DES MOINES) – Gov. Kim Reynolds signed the following nine bills into law on Monday:

***UPDATE***

On April 11, 2018 the Scott County Sheriffs Office responded to a fatality accident at the intersection of 240th Avenue and 290th Street south of McCausland. The deceased driver of the vehicle has been identified as Chad Alan Soenksen, 42, of Clinton, Iowa. Soenksen was pronounced deceased on scene by Medic Ambulance.

The following can be attributed to Rita Bettis, ACLU of Iowa Legal Director. Photo and ACLU logo attached.

A prime example of the Prairie School style of architecture made famous by Frank Llyod Wright, the Moline Commercial Club ©1912 is the only building built for the public in this style in our region.  The famous area architect, H.W. Whitsett, designed it for 6 stories. 3 stories were built in 1912.

The building had been built to house the commercial club started by Charles Deere, son of John Deere, in 1895.

(DES MOINES) – Gov. Kim Reynolds signed the following 21 bills into law on Wednesday:

All City of Davenport offices & Public Works Center will be closed.
Police Department front desk and records office will be closed.
Library Main, Fairmount and Eastern branches will be closed.
Parks & Recreation administrative offices will be closed.
River’s Edge will be open from 7am – 9:30pm, front desk will be open from 7am – 7pm. Public skate is
offered from 11am – 1p and 6pm – 8pm.

The following notice is from Public Works.  Starting today, Monday, March 19, the right northbound lane of Brady St will be closed between River Drive and 2nd Street, and 2nd St heading east from Main to Brady will be reduced to one lane of traffic.

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